sense of place
In a world of superficial relationships enabled by social media, Steve Hannah’s book, Dairylandia: Dispatches from a State of Mind, shows us the value of taking the time to connect with ordinary people through their extraordinary stories.
Up close, there is a beauty and endurance peculiar to this place—to this soft orange bedrock smelling strangely of five hundred million years gone by.
Our connections to the places we call home transcend easy categorization and are often wrought with contradiction.
For Future Possible: Imagining Madison, we invited a group of artists, architects, and designers who know and love the city to envision it 75 years from now.
In this Wisconsin Academy Talk we explore how tools like scenario-building, storytelling, and the arts can help us better envision our role in prospective responses to climate change.
Wisconsin Poet Laureate Kimberly Blaeser's connection with Wisconsin is rooted in a spiritual engagement with place.
With humor and admiration, John Hildebrand focuses on the “solid, physical detail around which the intangible clings” to conjure a sense of the Midwest.
LOGJAM features sculpture and prints by three artists for whom wood--from saplings and underbrush to massive old-growth stumps--is a primary material.
A stellar group of historians, artists, and poets offered insights into Vanderbilt's pioneering work with visual materials this fall
Wisconsin Academy Offices
1922 University Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53726
James Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters
3rd Floor, Overture Center for the Arts
201 State Street
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: 608.733.6633 x25